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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Teaneck, New Jersey

Teaneck

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Vitale's Restaurant
293 Queen Anne Road
Teaneck, NJ  07666-3242
United States
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PLEASE DONATE NOW TO TEANECK ROTARY AND SUPPORT ALL OF OUR LOCAL CHARITIES, SUCH AS TEANECK FOOD PANTRY, THS SCHOLARSHIP, THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE AND SO MANY OTHERS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY. IF YOU NEED FURTHER DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT US AT ROTARYCLUBOFTEANECK@GMAIL.COM
THANK YOU,
TAMARHA ELLERBE
2015-2016 PRESIDENT
 
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FLAPJACK BREAKFAST
 
 450 Hackensack Ave., Hackensack
(near Home Depot)
 
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 2016
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
8:00 to 10:00 a.m.                   Tickets $15.00
 
Price includes cost of one 50/50 raffle ticket @$5.00
                   
Meal includes Pancakes, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Orange Juice and Coffee
 
 
 
 Enjoy A Short Stack for a Tall Cause!
 
Sponsored by
   The Rotary Club of Teaneck
                                                                                                             
For Information call Janice Preschel, 201-376-4056
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A very special THANK YOU to all those that volunteered their time, their services, their products, their knowledge, efforts in ensuring that my LAST big event during my term which was my Taste of Teaneck was truly a success in EVERY way. From restaurants, to tricky trays, to sponsors, to entertainment, to the Interact Club, and to volunteers -- all was perfectly orchestrated. I truly appreciated all the attendees that made this a success, all my friends, colleagues, the board members that I am involved in, my networking groups, my Rotary District members, and others that showed up to support me and my club.  A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU to my Chair Joel Goldin and Co-Chair Liz Santos for volunteering their time knowing the amount of work required along with managing the entire project to make this a great event. They have gone the EXTRA MILE, along with the support of  my  volunteers for the event committee and the Tricky Tray committee to make this successful. I hold dear to control and knowing I had experience, skilled, and a ready to work SOLID TEAM on board made it easy for me. Truly appreciate finishing my term with a GREAT EVENT and raised money to donate to my chosen charities for 2015-2016.
 
 Truly THANK YOU.
 
Tamarha Ellerbe
Rotary Club President
2015-2016
 
Pictured below are the Taste of Teaneck Chairs: Both of the left side of photos, Liz Santos, Joel Goldin, and Tricky Tray Chair Shirley Murdock.
TASTE OF TEANECK on APRIL 18, 2016 – 6 TO 9:30 PM TEANECK MARRIOTT AT GLENPOINTE
Deadline for Entry in Program Book: Thursday April 7, 2016
OPTION 1:
Add my information in your program.  Note, all data must be print ready and emailed to tamarha@hwcg.com                           
Any page  $100.00   Half Page $50.00    Inside Back $300.00 Inside Front $300.00 Back Cover $400.00                                               
 
OPTION 2:
Sponsorship:
Gold:  $750 - 4 event tickets, full page program entry, recognition during event and in promotions
Silver: $500 - 2 event tickets, full page program entry, recognition during event
 
OPTION 3:
Event tickets:      
Qty:_____ Tickets @ $50.00 per person  $45.00 if purchased on line at www.tasteofteaneck.com 
 
Please make checks payable to Teaneck Rotary and mail or deliver to Tamarha Ellerbe at 1020 Teaneck Road, Teaneck. 
For information, contact co-chair Howard Rosen at 201 403 6084 or Tamarha Ellerbe, President, at 201-837-8600 or 201-590-5308 cp
 
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Taste of Teaneck Buy Ad / Donate
Our next at lunch on March 16, 2016 @ Vitale’s, from 12:15 to 1:30pm. Lunch cost is $15.00/person for buffet. We have a speaker Roman Darwin, his topic is going to be focused on PENSION OPTIONS. He is going to be providing us with some key information on the topic for 15 minutes plus Q&A. Below is a little about him. 
• Licensed in Life/Health insurance in NJ/NY/NC
• In practice since 2010
• Served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve (1998-2002)
• 1st generation born Ecuadorian/American
• Member of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #46 Rochelle Park
• Vice Commander American Legion Post 221 Ridgefield
• Board member, Roselle Park Business Chamber
• Bible study facilitator, Prison Fellowship Ministry, Bergen County Correctional Facility

 The community is invited to join business professionals Tuesday for networking and a guest speaker at the Teaneck Rotary and Teaneck Chamber of Commerce’s joint annual Meet the Township event.

"The Art of Stress Management with a Side Dish of Humor” will be presented by Rich Goldberg, CEO of Enriched Communications. The firm offers advisory services promoting well-being in the workplace and helping organizations master the art of productivity without stress and anxiety.He's also a nationally-recognized public speaker.

Seating is limited for the event, which starts at 8:30 a.m. at Five Star Premier Residences of Teaneck. Register with Chamber of Commerce Board Secretary Yolanda Andrews, (201) 836-3634. Or contact Tamarha Ellerbe, Teaneck Rotary President at 201-837-8600,

Click here for more information about the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce.

Five Star Premier Residences of Teaneck is located at 655 Pomander Walk.

Business Thru Fellowship Networking Event
Thursday, February 25, 2016
6:00pm to 8:00pm
 
Please join Rotary Club of Teaneck’s
Meet & Greet Networking Event
Speaker: Kelly Cassidy, CPA/CIPT
Victoria’s Cafe
336 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666
$20 per person includes light refreshments
Please contact Tamarha Ellerbe @ 201-590-5308 or 201-837-8600 to RSVP
The Board for 2016-2016 was announced today.  If there are concern with anyone listed here, please contact President, Tamarha Ellerbe at 201-837-8600.
 
2016-17 Teaneck Rotary Board of Directors Nominees:
 
Officers:
Janice Preschel - president
Gloria Andrade - treasurer
Jacqui Wilson - assistant treasurer
Deacon Rich Stanard- sergeant at arms
Danielle Richards - secretary
 
Board of Directors:
Tamarha Ellerbe - past president
Lou Knaub - trainer/advisor (for treasurer position)
Rich Molinari - greeter
Joel Goldin
Liz Santos
Barbara Jacoby
Howard Rosen
Shirley Murdock
Kathy Frost
Larry Bauer
Rotary events are a great way to network and showcase your products/services. If you would like to market your services or products at our 5th Annual Taste of Teaneck to be held on April 18th, at the Teaneck Marriott Hotel, from 6-9:30pm - this is the time.  Our restaurant showcase,tricky tray and entertainment is known to bring in over 300 guests that will see your name and products/services presented at the event. For a basket  or certificate to have its full donor name listed in the program to be selected, it must be of $75.00 or more in value. We also have a table for high end products/services of $200 and up.
 
If interested in donating to promote your products/services, please contact me, Tamarha, at 201-837-8600. 
 
You can visit our website at www.tasteofteaneck.com.  Cost to enter is $45 online, and $50 at the door. 
 
Thank you,
 
Tamarha Ellerbe
Teaneck Rotary President
 

Rotarians - Please mark these dates on your calendars:

Pre-PETS - February 20, 2015 - Biagio's Ristorante, 299 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ 07652
 
PETS - March 18-19, 2015 - Hanover Marriott, 1401 State Route 10, Whippany, NJ 07981.
 
Remember to register, if you need more details, please let me know. 
 
Tamarha Ellerbe
President Teaneck Rotary
 

 
THANK YOU to ALL OF OUR SPONSORS for YOUR SUPPORT of the DR/Haiti Burn Care Fundraiser Dinner Dance held on December 3 at Biagio's.
Please copy the link below to a new tab to view the journal. Thank you, Tamarha Ellerbe
 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ueb4lwpw3if5l1d/2015%20%20Dec%203%20Annual%20Dinner%20Dance%20Honoring%20Sam%20Davis%20Hosted%20by%20Teaneck%20Rotary%20Final.pdf?dl=0
 
 
 

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Howard Rosen
    September 5
Join Date:
  • Tam Ellerbe
    September 1, 2011
    6 years
  • Helen Nylan
    September 7, 2016
    1 year